Hotel San Pedro de Majagua
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Cartagena
... hang off the back of my seat in a plastic holder. Went past lots of palm oil fruit waiting for collection at the side of the road and then past a rather smelly palm oil processing plant.
Tried had to catch the lads back up but only managed it when they stopped for fresh lemonade, ice cold at a roadside stall. Absolutely delicious and we kept flagging others to come on in and try some as they started to cycle past.
Pleased that I then kept ...
... this we had no clue what this actually meant, we just thought it could be nice to have a top view of Machu Picchu. First of all, when we climbed it we were surrounded by fog and clouds. Secondly, nobody told us that it's a 3000m mountain !! Thirdly, definitely absolutely nobody told us that you have to climb about 5,000 extremely steep stairs for 90 minutes to get to the top. This was without exaggeration the hardest thing ...
... yummy onion gravy - so good! Can you believe still feel hungover today so instead of my wine i had water! Had headache too and so thirsty! After dinner we just vegged out on balcony. I what's apped mum, tried to delete photos! Then we went out around 5 to try watch sunset but we were a bit late! Walked to wall so could see coast. Pretty rubbish sunset. Sweaty feet again - so annoying! We wanted along the wall which was ...
... apartment for a night out in Getsemani where club Havana and the rest of the salsa clubs are. Pre drinks at the posh house turned into a wee get together with the housekeeper and his friends. The night was full of amazing salsa dancing on their part and atrocious dancing on my part, jumping into swimming pools fully clothed and my first early morning finish.
Monday morning is going to kill ...
... papaya, pineapple, guava coconut, all in a sweet syrup. And dulce de leche. We bought a sweet cake - enyucado - made from ground yucca, ground vanilla, anise, sugar and coconut, and is baked. It was nice, but a slightly smokey taste to it. Coffee is sold on the streets by sellers with lots of flasks. You get a small shot sized cup of sweet coffee. This is how the locals drink it. They don't get large cups of it! Next up. The cheese man. He had a dish of cheese ...